Here’s where any press/interviews I’ve done & recognition by the industry live. I’ve been very fortunate to receive some awards for my work, and it’s gratifying to have your peers acknowledge your accomplishments. It makes you look cool?
This is a series of interviews I’ve done with the online Radio Trade All Access. It’s an online resource for the radio industry that the Music Industry goes to daily for news & information. Every week they do interviews with radio people from stations all over the country. I’ve been asked to do it a few times. Usually, I’m pretty consistent in my answers. But, there are subtle differences, and new considerations that come out each time. I’m what they like to call “good copy.” That means they know they’re going to get something provocative. I am what some would call “opinionated.” I blame being from Boston. We all know “those people are so obnoxious!”
I scanned the oldest one, but the others were converted to Word docs. When you click them, your computer will ask if you want to open them with Word. If you’re interested…have at it
First up…When I was the Music Director/Afternoon Guy for KRXQ – Sacramento
Click Image To Read. I was asked when I was between leaving Sacramento and starting in Boston, my opinion on the state of Radio. I’ve always believed we have a great job. I love what I do. Always have.
In 2008…I was inducted as part of the first class in the Friday Morning Quarterback Radio Hall Of Fame. I was named one of the top five Active Rock Music Directors in the industry. It is an industry stroke. But, something I’m proud of. Here’s a little blurb from the Hall Of Fame issue. You can also read the interview elsewhere in this section. Click image to read.
"It's an incredible amount of hard work & discipline, to sound as sloppy & unprepared as I do." -Neanderpaul